All the Boys is a collection of 14 songs about growing up and into your 20s: the intoxication and drama of young love; the fear of getting stuck in your home town; the twin calls of escape and adventure; the pain of your first heartbreak; the paralyzing effects of depression; and the longing to be happy. Inspirations for the album include: Willie Nelson, Gillian Welch & Dave Rawlings, Old Crow Medicine Show, T Bone Burnett, Johnny Cash & June Carter, Dolly Parton, Alison Krauss & Robert Plant, Diana Krall, and Gin Wigmore. Instrumentation includes: acoustic & slide guitar; bass; soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone ukulele; tenor banjo; mandolin; glockenspiel; melodica; and percussion.

Praise for All the Boys

"Jillie Mae Eddy...could certainly hold her own beside any female vocalist working today...I believe listeners, who enjoy well-written songs full of empathy and hope in hard times will find happiness in All the Boys as well." Jamie Robash, No More Division (Top Album Pick)

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